Queen of pop Beyonce made the crowd wait 25 minutes as she closed the Weston Park leg of the V Festival last night.
Thousands flocked to the main stage in Staffordshire to see the star, who was sporting a new blonde crop, which she wore wavy last night.
Constantly changing into an array of sparkly costumes, she belted out hits including 'Single Ladies', 'Baby Boy', 'Crazy In Love' and 'Love On Top' before finishing with a rendition of Whitney Houston’s 'I Will Always Love You' and 'Halo'.
Fans Natalie Moore, 19 and her boyfriend Adam Johnson, also 19, from Staffordshire said: “She was very good and put on a good show. Lots of dancing, which was good.”
Speaking about the wait, the pair said: “It’s expected, isn’t it? She’s a diva so she’s allowed to. We didn’t mind the wait.”
Sasha Smith, 26, from Liverpool, said: “She was amazing. Gets better every time. Her new hair looked absolutely gorgeous.”
Also drawing huge crowds on the main stage were headliners Jessie J, who wowed the crowd with a monochrome two-piece, and The Script.
Two Door Cinema Club, Ocean Colour Scene and Paloma Faith were among the day’s other acts.
Meanwhile on the Arena stage, Travis lead singer Fran Healy was overwhelmed as fans sang along to classics such as 'Sing', 'Flowers In The Window' and 'Turn'.
Their new single 'Moving' was also well-received by the crowds, who clapped and cheered, leaving Healy with a tear in his eye.
“Thanks a lot guys. That’s beautiful,” he said.
Travis’s first new album for five years, called 'Where You Stand', its is due for release today.